Object structure

Title:

Klimat historii. Cztery tezy

Subtitle:

Teksty Drugie Nr 5 (2014)

Creator:

Chakrabarty, Dipesh

Publisher:

IBL PAN

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Date issued/created:

2014

Description:

21 cm ; Pol. text, eng. summary

Subject and Keywords:

Crutzen, Paul J. ; Stoermer, Eugene F. ; anthropocene

References:

1. D. Archer, Globalne ocieplenie. Zrozumieć prognozę, przeł. P. Wiejacz, PWN, Warszawa 2010.
2. G. Arrighi, Adam Smith in Beijing: lineages of the twenty-first century, Verso, London 2007, s. 227-389.
3. G. Arrighi, The long twentieth century: money, power, and the origins of our times, Verso, London 2006, s. 356.
4. C.A. Bayly, The birth of the modern world, 1780-1914: global connections and comparisons, Blackwell Publishing, Malden 2004.
5. E. Black, Internal combustion: how corporations and governments addicted the world to oil and derailed the alternatives, St. Martin’s Press, New York 2006.
6. B. Bolin, A history of the science and politics of climate change: the role of the intergovernmental panel on climate change, t. 1, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2007.
7. M. Bowen, Censoring science: inside the political attack on Dr. James Hansen and the truth of global warming, Dutton, New York 2008, s. 1.
8. F. Braudel, Przedmowa do pierwszego wydania, w: tegoż Morze Śródziemne i świat śródziemnomorski w epoce Filipa II, przeł. T. Mrówczyński, M. Ochab, Wydawnictwo Morskie, Gdańsk 1976, s. 24.
9. P. Burke, The French historical revolution: the „Annales” school, 1929-89, Stanford University Press, Stanford 1990, s. 32-64.
10. W.H. Calvin, Global fever: how to treat climate change, University of Chicago Press, Chicago 2008.
11. E.H. Carr, Historia – czym jest: wykłady im. George’a Macaulaya Trevelyana wygłoszone na uniwersytecie w Cambridge styczeń-marzec 1961, przeł. P. Kuć, Zysk, Poznań 1999.
12. D. Chakrabarty, Climate and capital: on conjoined histories. „Critical Inquiry” 2014 no. 41, s. 1-23.
13. D. Chakrabarty, Postcolonial studies and the challenge of climate change, „New Literary History” 2012 vol. 43, no. 1, s. 1-18.
click here to follow the link
14. V.G. Childe, Man makes himself, Watts, London 1941.
15. R. Collingwood, The idea of history, Clarendon Press, Oxford 1976, s. 214, 212, 213, 216.
16. B. Croce, The philosophy of Giambattista Vico, trans. R.G. Collingwood, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick 2002, s. 5.
17. A.W. Crosby, Imperializm ekologiczny. Biologiczna ekspansja Europy 900-1900, przeł. M. Kowalczuk, PIW, Warszawa 1999.
18. A.W. Crosby, Jr., The Columbian exchange: biological and cultural consequences of 1492, Greenwood Press, Westport 2003, s. xxv.
19. A.W. Crosby Jr., The past and present of environmental history, „American Historical Review” 1995 no. 100, s. 1185.
20. P.J. Crutzen, Geology of mankind, „Nature” 3.01.2002, s. 23.
21. P. Crutzen, W. Steffen, How long have we been in the Anthropocene era?, „Climatic Change” 2003 vol. 61, no. 3, s. 251-257.
click here to follow the link
22. P.J. Crutzen, E. F. Stoermer, The Anthropocene, „IGBP Newsletter” 2000 no. 41, s. 17.
23. M. Davis, Living on the ice shelf: humanity’s meltdown, „TomDispatch.com” 26.06.2008, tomdispatch.com/post/174949 (30.07.2014).
24. J. Derrida, Cogito i historia szaleństwa, w: tegoż, Pismo i różnica, przeł. K. Kłosiński, KR, Warszawa 2004, s. 63.
25. W.K. Dodds, Humanity’s footprint: momentum, impact, and our global environment, Columbia University Press, New York 2008, s. 11-62.
26. M. Ermarth, Wilhelm Dilthey: the critique of historical reason, University of Chicago Press, Chicago 1978, s. 310-322.
27. T. Flannery, The weather makers: the history and future impact of climate change, Text Publishing, Melbourne 2005.
28. M. Foucault, Słowa i rzeczy. Archeologia nauk humanistycznych, przeł. T. Komendant, słowo/obraz terytoria, Gdańsk 2006, s. 331.
29. H.G. Gadamer, Prawda i metoda. Zarys hermeneutyki filozoficznej, przeł. B. Baran, PWN, Warszawa 2004, s. 299-306.
30. M. Geyer, C. Bright, World history in a global age, „American Historical Review” 1995 no. 100, s. 1058-1059.
31. Global warming, ed. K. Knauer, Twenty-First Century Books, New York 2007.
32. J. Hansen, Climate catastrophe, „New Scientist” 28.07-3.08.2007, s. 30-34.
33. J. Hansen et al., Climate change and trace gases, „Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society” 15.07.2007, s. 1925-1954.
34. J. Hansen et al., Dangerous human-hade interference with climate: a GISS ModelE study, „Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics” 2007, 7 no. 9, s. 2287-2312.
click here to follow the link
35. Humans creating new ‘geological age', „The Australian” 31.03.2008, www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,,23458148-5006787,00.html.
36. A. Kothari, The reality of climate injustice, „The Hindu” 18.11.2007, www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mag/2007/11/18/stories/2007111850020100.htm.
37. B. Latour, Polityka natury. Nauki wkraczają do demokracji, przeł. A. Czarnacka, Wydawnictwo Krytyki Politycznej, Warszawa 2009.
38. M. Lynas, Six degrees: our future on a hotter planet, National Geographic, Washington 2008.
39. K. Marks, 18 brumaire’a Ludwika Bonaparte, przeł. Z. Simbierowicz, Książka i Wiedza, Warszawa 1949, s. 13.
40. M. Maslin, Global warming: a very short introduction, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2004.
41. B. McKibben, The end of nature, Random House Trade Paperbacks, New York 2006, s. xxii.
42. B. McKibben, Too hot to handle: recent efforts to censor Jim Hansen, „Boston Globe” 5.02.2006, s. E1.
43. C. Miller, Giambattista Vico: imagination and historical knowledge, MacMillan, Basingstoke 1993.
44. T. Mitchell, Carbon democracy: political power in the age of oil, Verso, London–New York 2011.
45. J.C. Morrison, Vico’s principle of verum is factum and the problem of historicism, „Journal of the History of Ideas” 1978, no. 39, s. 579-595.
46. N. Oreskes, The scientific consensus on climate change: how do we know we’re not wrong?, w: Climate change: what it means for us, our children, and our grandchildren, ed. J.F.C. Dimento, P. Doughman, MIT Press, Cambridge 2007, s. 73, 74.
47. K. Pomeranz, The great divergence: Europe, China, and the making of the modern world economy,,Princeton University Press, Princeton 2000.
48. M. Popkiewicz, Świat na rozdrożu, Sonia Draga, Katowice 2012.
49. D. Roberts, Benedetto Croce and the uses of historicism, University of California Press, Berkeley 1987, s. 325.
50. L. Robin, W. Steffen, History for the Anthropocene, „History Compass” 2007 vol. 5, no. 5, s. 1694-1719.
click here to follow the link
51. P. Rossi, The dark abyss of time: the history of the earth and the history of nations from Hooke to Vico, trans. L.G. Cochrane, University of Chicago Press, Chicago 1984.
52. W.F.Ruddiman, The anthropogenic greenhouse era began thousands of years ago „Climatic Change” 2003 vol. 61, no. 3, s. 261-293.
click here to follow the link
53. J. Sachs, Nasze wspólne bogactwo. Ekonomia dla przeludnionej planety, przeł. Z. Wiankowska-Ładyka, PWN, Warszawa 2009, s. 65-88.
54. J.D. Sachs, The Anthropocene, w: tegoż Common wealth: economics for a crowded planet, Penguin Press, New York 2008, s. 57-82.
55. A. Sen, Rozwój i wolność, przeł. J. Łoziński, Zysk i S-ka, Poznań 2002.
56. N. Shubin, The disappearance of species, „Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences” 2008 no. 61, s. 17-19.
57. D.L. Smail, On deep history and the brain, University of California Press, Berkeley 2008, s. 74-189.
58. B.G. Smith, Gender and the practices of scientific history: the seminar and archival research in the nineteenth century, „American Historical Review” 1995 no. 100, s. 1150-1176.
59. J. Stalin, O materializmie dialektycznym i historycznym, w: tegoż, Zagadnienia leninizmu, Książka i Wiedza, Warszawa 1951, s. 688.
60. N. Stern, The economics of climate change: the „Stern Review”, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2007.
click here to follow the link
61. L.G. Straus, The world at the end of the last ice age, w: Humans at the end of the ice age: the archaeology of the Pleistocene-Holocene transition, ed. L.G. Straus et al., Springer, New York 1996, s. 5.
click here to follow the link
62. E.P. Thompson, The making of the English working class, Penguin, Harmondsworth 1963.
63. C. Tudge, Neanderthals, bandits, and farmers: how agriculture really began, Yale University Press, New Haven. 1999, s. 35-36.
64. A. Weisman, Świat bez nas, przeł. J. Mrzigod, C.K.A., Gliwice 2007, s. 14-15.
65. E.O. Wilson, In search of nature, Island Press, Washington 1996, s. ix-x.
66. E.O. Wilson, Przyszłość życia, przeł. J. Ruszkowski, Zysk i S-ka, Poznań 2003, s. 136.
67. P. Zagorin, Vico’s theory of knowledge: a critique, „Philosophical Quarterly” 1984 no. 34, s. 15-30.
68. J. Zalasiewicz et al., Are we now living in the Anthropocene?, „GSA Today” 2008 no. 18, s. 4-8.

Relation:

Teksty Drugie

Issue:

5

Start page:

168

End page:

199

Resource Type:

Article : original article

Format:

application/pdf

Resource Identifier:

0867-0633 ; 10.18318/td.

Source:

IBL PAN, call no. P.I.2524 ; click here to follow the link

Language:

pol

Language of abstract:

eng

Rights:

Rights Reserved - Free Access

Terms of use:

Copyright-protected material. May be used within the limits of statutory user freedoms

Digitizing institution:

Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Original in:

Library of the Institute of Literary Research PAS

Projects co-financed by:

Programme Innovative Economy, 2010-2014, Priority Axis 2. R&D infrastructure ; European Union. European Regional Development Fund